Improving air quality while improving profits
By: Joanne Knapp, Dairy Technology Leader, Cargill Premix and Nutrition
This article originally appeared in Progressive Dairyman. You can access the full article here.
There has been a lot of focus in recent years on the amount of methane (CH4) emissions produced by dairy cows. In 2009, the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy set a voluntary goal of reducing enteric methane emission levels 25 percent by 2020, and last year California announced regulation requiring a 40 percent reduction in whole-farm methane emissions between 2013 and 2030.
It’s safe to say the issue isn’t going away, and it probably shouldn’t. Learn more about this issue, and how animal nutrition and management plays a part, by reading the full article here which originally appeared in Progressive Dairyman.